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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- walking bass
- figured bass
- trio sonata
- a to change from one key to another
- b A festive opening to an opera or other musical stage production.
- c A multimovement work writeen for two solo instruments and continuo.
- d A bass line with numbers written below certain notes of as a musical shorhand to indicate the harmonics
- e A jazz bass line played on each beat.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Works for solo instruments performing together in small ensembles
- Originally a hymn tune of the German Lutehran Church sung by the congregation in unison and in German.
- A technique common in the Baroque period of conveying in the music the moods, emotions, images, and meanings suggested by a text.
- adding notes for decoration
- the gravitational pull of music toward a tonal center.
5 True/False Questions
Opera → a lyrical song found in operas, cantatas, and oratorios
aria → The first and most important note of the major and minor scale
recitative → to change from one key to another
bass continuo → a bass line that provided an underlying structure for the harmonies and was usually played by the cello, or bassoon, or double bass and keyboard
homophonic → A melody that is supported by harmony.